Your JPSN Editorial Board Accomplishments September 2021
Amy Six-Means Awarded 2 grants for the study Empowering Youth Aging Out of Foster Care from the American Academy of Pediatrics CATCH (Community Access To Child Health) Planning Grant and University of Texas Southwest Medical Center Community Based Research Grant.
Saramma P.P. Received the Dr AD Sehgal's Oration Award 2020 from the Society of Indian Neuroscience Nurses for outstanding lifetime achievement
Rachel Joseph Received Provost Award for Excellence in Research Mentoring from Liberty University, Virginia; Promoted to Professor; Lead the Forgiveness Project team and co-facilitated a symposium on Forgiveness
Robyn Huey Lao Recently transitioned from Past President of Sacramento Chapter of NAPNAP (National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners) to Health Policy Chair; Presented on Telemedicine at 2020 APSNA© Conference
Marianne Rogoff Recently graduated from Harvard Medical School, Department of Global Health & Social Medicine: Media & Medicine Program, Class of 2021
Jennifer Berkbigler Is precepting NP students and new NPs and is developing a binder to make it easier to precept NP students based on the new APSNA Pediatric Surgical Nurse Practitioner: Affirmation of Focused Practice Competencies.
Emilie Lamberg-Jones Presenting on Creating Memories in Fetal Surgery at the conference Fetology Chicago: Practice and Discovery, sponsored by the Chicago Institute for Fetal Health and Northwestern University. Presenting webinar titled, What Does This Mean To You? Fetal Diagnosis, Palliative Care and Decision Making with Resolve Through Sharing Bereavement Education.
Kory McGuire Recently became Interim Director of Clinical Education, Practice and Informatics at Kaiser Santa Rosa. Disaster Preparedness: A Didactic vs. Practical Approach poster was accepted to the California Hospital Association 2021 Disaster Planning Virtual Conference.
Marcia Pestana Santos Co-Investigator of International Study on Pediatric Nurses who Worked with Adults during COVID funded by Lambda Gamma Sigma Theta Tau.
Anita Catlin Received a grant from the State of California to Create and Support A Mental Health Diversion Court for Persons Arrested due to their Mental Health Conditions.